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24 November 2019

How You Can Destroy Civilization and Virtually No One Would Notice- At Least For a Few Days!

  Chris Colose is a NASA Climate expert working on a new global climate model (GCM). It’s called ROCKE-3D, and is designed to be used not only on earth but on extraterrestrial planets! I can show you could destroy civilization because Chris did it in the new GCM by taking out the CO2 and Methane in one of his model runs, but there’s something you should know first. Were you …


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19 November 2019

NOAA: October 2019 Was 2nd hottest. 5 Hottest Octobers All since 2013.

This from NOAA : The combined global land and ocean surface temperature departure from average for October 2019 was the second-highest for October in the 140-year record at 0.98°C (1.76°F) above the 20th century average 14.0°C (57.1°F). This value is just 0.06°C (0.11°F) shy of tying the record warm October set in 2015. The 10 warmest Octobers have occurred since 2003; however, the five warmest Octobers have all occurred since …


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A Thunderstorm You Can Set Your Clock (or Compass) By

It’s a thunderstorm that’s so common it has a name: Hector. From September- March on Tiwi Island near Darwin, Australia, you can set your clock by it, because it explodes each afternoon around 3 PM.  Tiwi Island is about 70 km north of Darwin, and the shape of the island plays a vital role in making Hector form.  The island has just the right shape to allow for afternoon sea …


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